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Yeghegnadzor
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Yeghegnadzor

Yeghegnadzor is a town located 122 km southeast of Yerevan on the right bank of the Arpa River. The city and its surrounding region have gone through several name changes over the centuries. Historically the town is located in the Vayots Dzor region of the Siunik province, which was later given the foreign name Daralaguiaz. [...]

Areni
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Areni

Located on the banks of the Arpa River, Areni is a village in the Yeghegnadzor region. This village is one of the oldest and most famous villages in the Siunik province. The Church of the Holy Mother of God, located on the eastern edge of the village, is a rectangular half-domed structure with sacristies on [...]

Khor Virap – Noravank tour

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A trip to KHOR VIRAP (4-7cc.) – the most important place of pilgrimage of Armenia. St. Gregory the Illuminator – the first Catholic of all Armenians, had been imprisoned in “Khor Virap” (deep dungeon) for 13 years. A unique view of the holy Armenian mountain Ararat (5165m.), situated on the Turkish territory. A tour around [...]

Echmiadzin
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Armenian Architecture

Armenian architecture, a particularly rich part of the Armenian heritage, is widely recognized as a unique contribution to international architecture. The tradition of architectural engineering has ancient origins on the Armenian highlands. During the Urartian period of Armenian history (9th through 6th centuries B.C.), existing traditions were developed and perfected. The Urartians were noted for [...]